For more than 20 years, the Hickey House has been providing substance abuse treatment to men suffering from the disease of addiction. The long-term residential rehab offers a structured program that combines 12-Step principles with real-life challenges and exposure. Clients are required to get jobs while in treatment, and must learn to balance those daily responsibilities with their recovery. Treatment plans are individualized and staff members work closely with each client to ensure that all needs are met.
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Elaine Hickey, M.Ed was educated first at the University of Georgia for her Bachelors Degree, and then at the University of Boston, where she received a Masters and taught while working on her Doctorate in Counseling Psychology. She began her own private practice of counseling in 1965. Mrs. Hickey has continued to work in the addiction treatment field both with the Hickey House and one to one counseling of others in the local Helen community for the past 27 years. She is the co-founder of Hickey House, Inc. and currently holds the position of Director. She loves spending time with her grandchildren and her Bassett Hound named Butters.More
Star Bridges has been with the Hickey House since 2002. He began as a Resident, finished the one-year program and then was asked to stay on as a Resident Staff of the Green House facility. He was promoted to the position of Program Director in 2005. Tom Hickey mentored Star closely in 2005-06 before his passing from Cancer in late 2006. Star gained his certification as a Certified Addictions Counselor (CACI) through the Georgia Addictions Counselors Association (GACA) in 2009. He received the Certified Anger Management Specialist (CAMS) credential in 2010. He finished a lifelong goal of graduating from the University of Georgia in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts. Star advanced his certifications with the Certified Addictions Counselor Level Two (CACII) and the Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) credentials in 2012. Star also holds the title of Clinical Evaluator from the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities' DUI Intervention Program. He is currently serving as an Associate Board Member of the GACA Certification Board.More